Did she nearly fall out of her dress Jennifer Lopez wears not one but two VERY revealing gowns at the Oscars
She hasn’t even starred in a film this year but that didn’t stop Jennifer Lopez from making an impact at the Oscars.
The singer Jennifer Lopez showed off plenty of flesh in a plunging Zuhair Murad dress which hugged her figure to perfection.
But as the singer took to the stage alongside Cameron Diaz to present an award she was in danger of falling out of her shimmering gown.
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Close call: Jennifer Lopez barely avoided suffering a wardrobe malfunction and revealing too much of her chest as she took to the stage with Cameron Diaz
A slither of wardrobe tape was seen straining between her bosom and her low cut gown as she spoke out on stage.
Jennifer arrived onto the red carpet showing off her incredible figure in the shimmering oyster gown, which boasted thin sheer panels and cut out sleeves.
She had piled her hair on top of her head into a large bun and finished off her look with diamond earrings.
Dressed to impress: The 42-year-old singer looked great as she arrived at the awards ceremony showing off her Zuhair Murad dress
Here come the girls: Jennifer was joined on stage by Cameron Diaz, who showed off her shape in a Gucci gown, to present the Oscar for Best Costume Design and Best Makeup
The American Idol judge stepped out solo, without her toyboy boyfriend Casper Smart.
While the dress not only displayed plenty of cleavage Jennifer ensured that everyone saw the back view too.
Jennifer and Cameron turned around and displayed their derrieres to the audience as they presented the Oscar for Best Costume Design and Best Makeup.
The singer later changed into another low cut dress to attend the Vanity Fair Oscar party in West Hollywood.
Nearly suffering a slip up: Jennifer was close to displaying more of her chest than necessary as she and Cameron announced the winner of the Oscar
Backstage: Cameron and Jennifer were seen preparing to present on stage
The mother-of-two arrived in a dark red sequin dress that sweeped the floor and featured floral lace detail at the side.
She carried a matching clutch bag as she posed for photos, but unfortunately found herself having to adjust her garment in public.
But Lopez wasn't the only star to show off some flesh by donning a daring gown for the 84th Academy Awards.
That's not a good look: Jennifer Lopez wore a very low-cut dress that she had to adjust as she arrived at the party
Sequin queen: The singer's dress featured floral detailing at the side and she carried a matching bag
Enviable figure: The glitzy gown highlighted Lopez's killer curves
Angelina Jolie put her pins, well one of them, on parade in a black velvet gown by Atelier Versace.
And the actress certainly knew how to work the thigh-high split, posing with her right leg sticking through the gap.
The Help star Viola Davis also opted for a revealing gown choosing and showed off her cleavage in the emerald green frock by Vera Wang.
The Artist star Missi Pyle also had a low cut dress on, and selected a sky blue hue for the evening.
Flashing the flesh: Viola Davis took the plunge in Vera Wang, Angelina Jolie looked incredible in her Atelier Versace gown which boasted a thigh-high split and Missi Pyle also had a low cut dress on
OSCARS 2012: FULL LIST OF WINNERS
Best Picture: The Artist
Best Actor: Jean Dujardin, The Artist
Best Actress: Meryl Streep, The Iron Lady
Supporting Actress: Octavia Spencer, The Help
Supporting Actor: Christopher Plummer, Beginners
Directing: Michel Hazanavicius, The Artist
Art Direction: Hugo
Costume Design: The Artist
Makeup: The Iron Lady
Foreign Language Film: A Separation, Iran.
Film Editing: The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo
Sound Editing: Hugo
Sound Mixing: Hugo
Documentary Feature: Undefeated
Animated Feature Film: Rango
Visual Effects: Hugo
Original Score: The Artist
Original Song: Man or Muppet from The Muppets
Adapted Screenplay: Alexander Payne, Nat Faxon and Jim Rash, The Descendants
Original Screenplay: Woody Allen, Midnight in Paris
Live Action Short Film: The Shore
Documentary (short subject): Saving Face
Animated Short Film: The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr Morris Lessmore
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